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The line between Aberdeen and Dundee closed after three people died

The rail line between Aberdeen and Dundee has reopened nearly three months after a train crash which left three people dead.

The driver, a conductor and a passenger died when the Aberdeen to Glasgow service derailed near Stonehaven on 12 August after heavy rain.

An interim report said the train hit washed-out rocks and gravel.

Alex Hynes, managing director of Scotland's Railway, said engineers had worked "around the clock" to reopen the line.